Many theatres consider ‘excellence’ a priority, even a mission. But what do we mean by that word?
Theatre practitioners met in Milwaukee for the Intersections Summit, a three-day conference on community justice work. What did they take home with them?
Our engagement efforts will fall short if we don’t ask who we’re serving and why—and consider a new model to reach new goals.
An EDI consciousness is already fundamental to the work of some theatre practitioners, but it has expanded exponentially.
This month, playwright Brian James Polak travels to Milwaukee, Wisc., to interview Catherine Trieschmann, the writer of ‘How the World Began’ and ‘One House Over.’
The season will feature 15 productions, from premieres to contemporary classics and musicals.
Three theatres that didn’t let a crisis stop them—or go to waste.
After the degree (or without it), there are myriad alternatives for directors to learn their chops.
Sure, theatres can find ways to spread the word without critics, but patrons still want—and deserve—disinterested reviews.
The awards will fund extra time for the development of 27 new productions across the country.